Feel the Colors of Rajasthan & 'Taj Mahal'
(from: Sep 10, 2012 to: Sep 10, 2012)
There is as such no particular reason that you must embark on a journey or take a tour to some place. Still, you will agree that this is what you wish to do when you are working very hard to the extent of toiling. This is when you wish, most seriously, for a nice escape either with your family or for a solitary tour in the quest of “self”.
India with its myriad tourism has more than anyone can explore with all the aspects in one lifetime, just like with the other places in the world. After all, size of history exceeds from everything we human beings together represent and same is the case with the nature. Just to catch on this same essence, people come to visit India for its Taj Mahal and the foot prints of past left in the lands of Rajasthan. This might not be the only reason but surely one of the most important among the others.
To cover whole of the Rajasthan is not an easy task but not impossible. A schedule well designed to take you on a tour to royalty, colours, valour and all the emotions lived once upon a time in Rajasthan is the best you can choose for this visit. Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Ajmer and Jaipur are the main contents of this list of Rajasthan “must-see” cities and towns.
Rajasthan Tour in itself is incomplete if you haven’t gone through the history of capital city of India, i.e. Delhi. Here, you will realize the city stands as the amalgamation and reminiscence of various emperors and rulers belonging to a totally different cultures and tradition.
Taj Mahal Tour
Taj Mahal- a symbol of eternal love, a monument marking an era, an architectural masterpiece, an insatiable curiosity, whatever name you give it, it remains the favourite tourist wonder. Located in the city of Agra, it draws tourists visiting Delhi and Rajasthan, just like that. As the take their lunch enroute, they visit Taj enroute.
One thing to remember is that, Taj Mahal is not the only destination on the itinerary, although the most important one. You are in Agra to see Agra Fort with Deewane aam and Deewaane Khaas. There are also several other tourists destinations that can make your Agra visit complete, like many gardens, lakes, temples, tombs and samadhis, etc. So, either see them on your own or hire a guide who will take you deeply through all these places.
In addition to the above mentioned places, there is Fatehpur Sikri and Sikandra that would also give you a great insight on the Mughal culture and architecture.
Trip to Rajasthan with Taj Mahal
Both tours can be merged into one to make best use of your time. Decision rests on your shoulders. Happy Journeying History!
For more detail visit-http://www.indiatourpackages.co.uk/rajasthan-with-taj-mahal.html
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